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US: More Maharishi Vastu homes using modular construction
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9 September 2014
Maharishi Vastu Architecture reports that another Vastu* home built using modular construction has just been delivered and set on its foundation in Fairfield, Iowa, USA. It offers a contrast to the first one, featured in Part I of this article, in style and finishes although similar in size.
This latest Vastu modular is modern in style, with verandahs and screened porches on front and rear. The open, central living area has clerestory windows just below its high ceilings to allow light to flood in from above—a feature recommended for all Vastu buildings.
The completed home seen in the previous article is from the Maharishi Vastu portfolio of pre-designed plans; the new home is a custom design that will be added to the portfolio.
A recent rendering of the west side of the new home:
A third Fairfield modular Vastu home is close to production and a fourth is now being designed.
Global Good News will continue to report on ''Maharishi Vastu modular construction taking hold in Fairfield, Iowa.''
* Vastu refers to Vedic architecture—the complete knowledge of design and building in accord with natural law—brought to light from the Vedic literature by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and known as Maharishi Sthapatya Veda.
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